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15-time GRAMMY® winners Foo Fighters return to Melbourne with their unrivalled live show this summer.
In addition to the live debut of songs from But Here We Are, fans can expect the kind of setlists that have made Foo Fighters one of the biggest live draws on the worldwide stadium, arena and festival circuit.
Melding heavy rock guitars, driving punk sensibilities, and pretty melodies, Foo Fighters rose to become one of the biggest acts to emerge out of the alt-rock boom of the 1990s.
Led by singer Dave Grohl, the former powerhouse drummer for Nirvana, Foo Fighters initially debuted as a solo project in 1995. However, as their lineup expanded, they steadily racked up success after success, filling stadiums around the world while staying near the top of the charts with hits like “My Hero” and “Everlong” off 1997’s The Colour and the Shape.
Once the band’s lineup coalesced around the time of its third album, 1999’s There Is Nothing Left to Lose, Foo Fighters’ sound also gelled into a recognizable signature built upon the heavy, yet melodic, loud-quiet-loud template of the Pixies and Nirvana; a modern rock sound anchored by Grohl’s love of classic guitar rock.
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